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Frances Prenn is the Founding Partner of eponymous Scott Prenn LLP, a London based strategic fundraising consultancy delivering high impact campaign services to non-profit organisations. In a career spanning over twenty five years both in the United State and Europe, Frances has uses her expertise in strategic philanthropy and development, communications, fundraising, sponsorship and specialized events to advise US-UK transatlantic organisations, families and philanthropists.
Much of Frances’ career has focussed on cultivating and strengthening transatlantic relationships between charitable and political institutions and philanthropists. She advises ultra high net worth individuals and family offices in UK, US, Middle East and Europe on their philanthropic impact. And she brings financial and fundraising expertise to her transatlantic clients: from universities, educational and arts charities as well as political organisations and campaigns.
Frances served in past Republican Presidential Administrations and advised Conservative Party Treasurer’s during the leadership of two Conservative Prime Ministers. More recently, Frances was UK senior financial advisor for Republican Presidential campaigns in 2008, 2012, and for a top Republican Presidential nominee in 2016. She also advises on UK and European outreach for Republican leaders in the United States Senate and House of Representatives.
Outside of the political sphere, much of Frances' work has been centred on advising UK non-profit organisations developing in the US. Currently, Scott Prenn advises The McCain Institute as it expanding human rights and leadership and programs in the UK and Europe and the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain on its inaugural USA Concert Tour 2019.
Previous clients include Centre for Policy Studies (UK), the English National Ballet, Royal Artillery, the Cambridge Union Society, the Woolf Institute at Cambridge University, the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies at Oxford University, Help for Heroes, the Alzheimer’s Society, and the Transatlantic Council of the Boy Scouts of America.